Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A chain for attaching the leading horses to a plow. It is supported by a hanger beneath the clevis, in order to preserve the line of draft and avoid pulling down the nose of the plow-beam.
- n. A short rope used to pull the tram in a coalmine.
- n. A horseload, Halliwell.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A chain by which a leading horse draws a plow.
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A collection of coal mining and colliery terms. Some British, some Scots, and some, Other. Many terms are quite to the point; others colorful and imaginative.
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